Profile keeps clearing print setup and print slips setup

I have setup the print settings 3 times in the last 3 days, but when I opened Profile today, the print settings were reset again to "Automatically Select" on my default windows printer.  We have a 3 tray printer with plain paper, letterhead, etc in each tray so that we can hit print and Profile will print everything on the right paper.  How do I keep Profile from resetting the printer setup every time I close it?

I have tried saving the settings so it is the same on all our computers, but it won't even save them for my main system.

It is doing the same thing with Print Slips Setup which we have Magnetic Media print settings set to Adobe PDF and Paper Filing set to our main printer, but it clears the Adobe PDF and resets it to the main printer and clears the trays on the main printer to "Automatically Select" on both settings.

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